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Jan16-12 Greg Bernhardt
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SETUP A Young experiment is set up using a continuous laser source of monochromatic plane waves with wavelength...
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hi. i have worked through the mechanics and waves/optics portions of halliday/resnick/walker "fundamentals of...
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Rainman
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I am posting this here because I have not been able to find the answer anywhere else. I know some of you might find...
Feb29-04 07:35 PM
turin
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A simple question. I though Maxwell said that : 1. The change of electric field generates magnetic field. 2....
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Sammywu
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hi guys i was just wondering what the relationship between the weight and stretch length of rubber is. And also why...
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Integral
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hello, i have an assinment that requries puting an egg directly on it gravity center. 1. how can i find it`s...
Feb28-04 10:24 AM
Andre
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What exactly is energy? Also, is heat just an effect caused by particles having a lot of kinetic energy?
Feb28-04 04:24 AM
pmb_phy
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Hey everyone, I'm doing a lab for engineering class, and I'm having a little trouble with a part of it. The lab was...
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Integral
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I'm having difficulty understanding the temporal symmetry of entropy described in Fabric of the Cosmos. The increase...
Feb28-04 05:54 PM
brain pickeR
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positive charges are sources of electric field and -ve charges are sink. what are sources and sink of gravitational...
Feb29-04 09:59 AM
Nereid
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In gauss' law, is E necessarily attributed to the charge q?
Feb28-04 02:53 PM
pmb_phy
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Hi all a few days ago a friend of mine show my this experiment, that i cant explain he took a rectangular ceramic...
Mar1-04 06:02 PM
juan avellaneda
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Hi everyone, I'am trying to find the formulas of the mutual inductance of an one single layer coil (the cross...
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Mica
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This question appeared in the physics exam yesterday and I'm not sure what is the correct answer. The figure shows...
Mar7-04 08:10 AM
Doc Al
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This is about the system and the surroundings. I am not sure whether the signs are correct: When the system is...
Mar3-04 03:04 PM
turin
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will plasma retain a electro-magnetic charge after conduction? And if so any ideas as to the strength of the charge?
Mar5-04 03:15 PM
pallidin
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I was setting up a Michelson Interferometer the other day & was trying to adjust it so the movable & fixed paths are...
Mar14-04 07:03 PM
mmwave
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Greetings, I recently ordered "Mechanics", by Landau. It was recommened by my Classical Mechanics professor, and I...
Mar9-04 06:41 AM
wenty
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The first law only applies if the system is isolated, i.e. it cannot lose energy to surroundings. How then, is the...
Mar16-04 08:03 AM
russ_watters
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My textbook says electric potential (a scalar quantity) can be added together instead of vectorially adding the...
Mar4-04 08:18 PM
Doc Al
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I would like to know what is(are) the unit(s) of measurement for the magnetic fields of permanent magnets, and what is...
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Chen
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We've been set the question of- In an isothermal expansion, and ideal gas at initial pressure Po expands until its...
Mar7-04 10:06 AM
Claire84
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Did any one think of or have answered this question? When we spin a rigid metal disk, shouldn't the atom at the...
Mar15-04 01:55 AM
Michael D. Sewell
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the concept of electric field lines are came into existence to satisfy the special theory of relativity which implies...
Mar6-04 11:21 AM
Integral
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I have got a problem here: I was given this: A 125W heater and a thermometer are immersed in 0.6kg of oil in a...
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Jules
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Two spheres are perfectly vertically alligned and falling towards the ground. They are separated by a small distance....
Mar7-04 08:04 PM
HallsofIvy
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I'm learning classical mechanics right now, and I have a question about the "initial definition" of the Lagrange...
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turin
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When we connect two points at different potentials in a cell with a conductor, we will have a circuit and charge will...
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speeding electron
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I'd like some comments on some things mentioned in another forum, if you would. Thanks.
Mar11-04 05:42 AM
HallsofIvy
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I was wondering if anybody knows or has any ideas as to why the force on a charge as it moves through a magnetic field...
Mar12-04 12:47 PM
Palpatine
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Hi there, the Focault compass its supposed to be a fast spinning disk that keeps pointing to the earth north the...
Mar14-04 06:31 PM
Charlls
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I'm buildind a hover craft for a Physics project. I have built it, and am need ing to calculate how much thrust my...
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enigma
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I have a somewhat simple question, that I for some reason can't figure out.. suppose you have a circuit with a...
Mar13-04 09:50 AM
Doc Al
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It is possible for a free body to make rotational motion with the effect of one only force?
Mar14-04 03:54 PM
pallidin
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Hi all, I have a question on the movement of a point on a sphere. Consider a point P(\theta,\phi) (\theta ...
Mar17-04 06:46 PM
110
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How can I produce a net translational force on a ferromagnet?
Mar21-04 03:01 AM
Adrian Baker
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A cylinder is rolling on an inclined plane. We now that friction force does no work. But when we consider the pure...
Mar16-04 01:44 PM
Doc Al
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Im having trouble with a question I have to answer, It's not so much the answer I want but im having trouble...
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jamesrc
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For my mechanics, I am trying to model the flight of an objected released from an angled slide, which slides (not...
Mar19-04 02:06 AM
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hello all!:smile: I have a question about electromagnetism. The question is "Can the back emf ever be greater than...
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